How to Imagine : A Narrative on Art and Agriculture - eBook
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Taking the farm he operates outside Rome as his starting point, Gianfranco Baruchello — one of the outstanding poly-artists to emerge from Italy in the 1960s — explores the spaces and forces that surround and nurture imagination and perception. How to Imagine began as a series of conversations between the authors, which accounts for its captivating and personal tone, fired by the wit of a natural raconteur and filled with lively and unexpected revelations. We are delighted and honored to re-present this wonderful book with a 35th Anniversary Edition.
“Baruchello’s spirited monologue starts from earth and extends into politics, Duchamp, the soul, Christo, bees, feminism, lettuce and death… He is not only an original and intuitive thinker but funny and charming. . . . Faced with a cow, or an enormous swarm of bees, Mr. Barukchello talks. Magnificently.” — Donald Hall, New York Times Book Review
The second edition of the paperback edition will be published in JUNE 2023.
160 pages, 5.5 x 8.5", 2018, 978-1-62054-028-2